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Devotion for April 27, 2006

April 27, 2006

Devotion for April 27, 2006 Even if you don’t know much about classical music, you’re probably familiar with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Portions of it have been used in television coverage of the Olympic Games, several movies, and in the millennial celebrations a few years ago. This dramatic symphony requires more instruments than any other...

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Devotion for April 27, 2009

April 27, 2009

Devotion for April 27, 2009 Courtroom dramas have always been popular with Americans. From classic movies like To Kill a Mockingbird or Twelve Angry Men, to more contemporary television series like Law & Order, we enjoy observing the dramatized struggle for justice. We watch as the judge and jury evaluate the words of men and women: Who is...

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Devotion for April 27, 2008

April 27, 2008

Devotion for April 27, 2008 Laoshou Mountain in Yunnan Province, China, had become an environmental problem as a result of quarrying, so the local government decided to take action. Rather than plant more trees or try to reseed the deforested mountain, they instead hired workers to spray paint the entire mountainside green! The workers told...

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Devotion for April 27, 2005

April 27, 2005

Devotion for April 27, 2005 Joni Eareckson Tada, who as a young woman became a quadriplegic in a swimming accident, has found the strength in her suffering for a powerful ministry. She’s written more than thirty books and hosts a nationally broadcast five-minute radio program. She has a burden for others with disabilities, only five percent...

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Devotion for April 27, 2007

April 27, 2007

Devotion for April 27, 2007 In the art of tapestry, weaving two different threads (warp and weft) produces one complete textile product such as a blanket or wall covering. Within it a colorful pattern or image is depicted. The product can be viewed as a whole, but the central image is what draws the attention of the eye. Today’s passage works...

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Devotion for April 27, 2011

April 27, 2011

Devotion for April 27, 2011 A great–grandmother in California has donated more than 200 pints of blood. Margaret Delfino, who began giving blood in 1954, gave her 200th pint in 2009. An ovarian cancer survivor, she wishes more individuals would give, pointing out, “It can mean the difference between life and death for some people.” She encourages...

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Devotion for April 27, 2010

April 27, 2010

Devotion for April 27, 2010 Imagine the scene of today’s reading. Jesus was the honored guest in the home of Simon the Pharisee, a devout Jewish leader. Suddenly, an uninvited woman of disrepute entered the scene clutching a jar of extremely expensive perfume. Everyone watched with bated breath. The so–called sinful woman stood at Jesus’...

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Dr. Joannie DeBrito: Bring Peace to the Anxious Child - Dr. Erwin Lutzer: A Practical Guide for Praying Parents

July 27, 2020

Ken and Deb Mornings

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Nearly 4 ½ million children between the ages of 3 and 17 have been clinically diagnosed with anxiety.  What is causing this anxiety? Are parents contributing to their children’s anxious world? These are important questions that Dr. Joannie DeBrito , Director of Parenting and Youth at Focus on the Family and licensed Clinical... July 27, 2020

Cary Schmidt: Stop Trying - Founders Week 2021 Speaker: Dr. Deb Gorton - Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break

January 27, 2021

Ken and Deb Mornings

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How would you define your identity? Does culture, tradition, or other people play into who you see yourself to be? Are you hoping that you can work hard to achieve the identity that you desire? Wednesday Ken visits with Cary Schmidt, who will help us discover the most fulfilling and truest identity, and it is the one we receive, not achieve. January 27, 2021

Brian Bill: Come - Dr. Tim Neu: Bible Translation During COVID-19 - Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break

October 27, 2020

Ken and Deb Mornings

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When we consider who Jesus is and who we are, there is no invitation more impactful than Jesus asking us “to come.” Pastor Brian Bill will look at the word “come” in scripture to highlight the glorious thought than the Lord of All longs for us to come to Him. Be listening for this encouraging devotional Tuesday morning... October 27, 2020


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